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YCISS has two active paper series, our Working Papers and Research Papers. Working Papers are succinct, informative papers that explore topical themes that reflect the centre’s research to stimulate feedback from other experts in the field. Research Papers are the best research papers on problems of post-communism written by graduate and undergraduate students at York University.

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YCISS Working Papers

YCISS Post-Communist Studies Programme Research Paper Series

YCISS Occasional Papers

Multilateral Institutions and Global Security (MIGS) Project Paper Series

North Pacific Cooperative Security Dialogue (NPCSD) Project Paper Series

The Canadian Consortium on Asia Pacific Security (CANCAPS) Paper Series


YCISS Working Papers

The Rise of the ‘Intelligence-Industrial Complex’: Outsourcing Intelligence in the post-9/11 World
Ani Mamikon, YCISS Working Paper No. 54, September 2011.

An Analytical Survey of Critical Security Studies: Making the Case for a (Modified) Post-structuralist Approach
Jennifer Mustapha, YCISS Working Paper No. 53, April 2011.

The Sadist, the Soldier and the Female Body: A Contemporary Analysis of the Canadian Armed Forces
Vanessa Brown, YCISS Working Paper No. 52, December 2010.

Keeping the Illegal Away from Home: Migration, the Family, and the War on Terror
Rachel O’Donnell, YCISS Working Paper No. 51, December 2010.

Adaptive Visions of Water in the Middle East: Lessons from a Regional Water Planning Initiative
Eric Abitbol and Stuart Schoenfeld, YCISS Working Paper No. 50, February 2009.

Geopolitics, the Revolution in Military Affairs, and the Bush Doctrine
Simon Dalby , YCISS Working Paper No. 49, May 2008.

Privatizing Peace?
Chris Hendershot, YCISS Working Paper No. 48, February 2008.

The Ethical Witness: The International Committee of the Red Cross
Ritu Mathur, YCISS Working Paper No. 47, February 2008.

Middle Power Pull: Can Middle Powers use Public Diplomacy to Ameliorate the Image of the West?
M.A. Rudderham, YCISS Working Paper No. 46, February 2008.

Incarcerating the ‘Inadmissible’: KIHC as an Exceptional Moment in Canadian Federal Imprisonment
Mike Larsen and Justin Piché, YCISS Working Paper No. 45, May 2007.

Cooperation in Contention: The Evolution of ASEAN Norms
Avery D. H. Poole, YCISS Working Paper No. 44, January 2007.

Protecting Whose Security?: Anti-Terrorism Legislation and the Criminalization of Dissent
Honor Brabazon, YCISS Working Paper No. 43, December 2006.

The Appearance of War in Discourse: An Analysis of the Neoconservative Movement
Mark Ayyash, YCISS Working Paper No. 42, October 2006.

Reform or More of the Same? Gender Mainstreaming and the Changing Nature of UN Peace Operations
Karen Barnes, YCISS Working Paper No. 41, October 2006.

The Evolution of Security: Revisiting the Human Nature Debate in International Relations
Mark Busser, YCISS Working Paper No. 40, August 2006.

The Myth of the Inkarri: Colonial Foundations in International Law and Indigenous Struggles
Elena Cirkovic, YCISS Working Paper No. 39, April 2006.  (re-edited February 2010)

Inter-Disciplined? Disciplinary IPE and its ‘Others’
Derek Maisonville, YCISS Working Paper No. 38, February 2006.

Theorizing Post-Cold War US Imperial Strategies in the Middle East: Integrating the Region into the Capitalist World Market
Angela Joya, YCISS Working Paper No. 37, December 2005.

The Logic of Sovereignty and the Agency of the Refugee: Recovering the Political from ‘Bare Life’
Dan Bousfield, YCISS Working Paper No. 36, October 2005.

Spaces of Individual/National Security: Geopolitics, Citizenship, and Cultural Economy
Robert Aitken, YCISS Working Paper No. 35, May 2005.

Biopolitical Strategies of Security: Considerations on Canada’s New National Security Policy
Colleen Bell, YCISS Working Paper No. 34, March 2005.

“Blood Looks Very Red on the Colour Television Screen”: The Evolution of Representing Modern War in America
Emily Saso, YCISS Working Paper No. 33, March 2005.

Patriotic War Protesters and Hawkish Humanitarians: An Examination of the Identities and Fantasies (Re)Kindled in the Battle for Iraq
Tina Managhan, YCISS Working Paper No. 32, February 2005.

Between Scylla and Charybdis: The Ethical and Moral Dilemmas of Humanitarian Action
Alina Sajed, YCISS Working Paper No. 31, January 2005.

Risk of Terrorism, Trust in Government, and e-Government Services: An Exploratory Study of Citizens' Intention to use e-Government Services in a Turbulent Environment
JinKyu Lee and H. Raghav Rao, YCISS Working Paper No. 30, January 2005.

Peacekeeping's Poor Cousin: Canada and the Challenge of Post-Conflict Policing
Timothy Donais, YCISS Working Paper No. 29, August 2004.

Beyond Dichotomies: A Reflexive Engagement of Critical Reflexivity
Chris Hendershot, YCISS Working Paper No. 28, May 2004.

America's Army Game and the Production of War
Abhinava Kumar, YCISS Working Paper No. 27, March 2004.

Warlords and States: The Neglected Total Spoiler Nexus in Afghanistan
Carmen Sanchez, YCISS Working Paper No. 26, March 2004.

Report of a Symposium on Canadian Defence Policy: Some Critical Considerations
Centre for International and Security Studies, York University, YCISS Working Paper No. 25, January 2004.

Global Demography and Foreign Policy: A Literature Brief and Call for Research
Kyle Grayson and David Dewitt, YCISS Working Paper No. 24, December 2003.

Tales of the Shield: A Feminist Reading of Ballistic Missile Defence
Cristina Masters, YCISS Working Paper No. 23, March 2003.

Democratic Peace Theory as Practice: (Re)Reading the Significance of Liberal Representations of War and Peace
Kyle Grayson, YCISS Working Paper No. 22, March 2003.

Reflections on a Past that is Always Present
Elizabeth Dauphinée, YCISS Working Paper No. 21, March 2003.

Homeland Defence and the Re/Territorialization of the State
Ryerson Christie, YCISS Working Paper No. 20, March 2003.

The Politics of Acknowledgment: An Analysis of Uganda's Truth Commission
Joanna R. Quinn, YCISS Working Paper No. 19, March 2003.

Gendered Nationalism and Palestinian Citizenship: Reconceptualizing the Role of Women in State Building
Tami Amanda Jacoby, Working Paper No. 18, November 1996.

Maritime Strategy and the New Law of the Sea: Losers and Gainers; With a Focus on Southeast Asia
Theodore Olson, Working Paper No. 17, August 1996.

Defence Conversion in the United States: The Conversion of the Qualitative Escalation in the Arms Trade
Robert Farkasch, Working Paper No. 16, August 1996.

Globalising Forces: Feminism, Neoliberalism, and Post-Communist Transformations
Jacqui True, Working Paper No. 15, April 1996.

Germany After the End of the Cold War: Arriving at a new raison d'état?
Susanne Peters, Working Paper No. 14, May 1994.

Redefining International Peace and Security? The Discourses and Practices of Multilateral Security Activity
Keith Krause, Working Paper No. 13, March 1994.

Middle Eastern States in the Global Military Order
Keith Krause, Working Paper No. 12, March 1994.

Restructuring Global Politics: Trilateral Relations and World Order 'After' the Cold War
(Preface to the Japanese edition) Stephen Gill, Working Paper No. 11, September 1992.

Global Communications, Culture and Values: Implications of Change for International Security
David V.J. Bell, Working Paper No. 10, April 1991.

Reading Between the Matrices: Conflicting Strategies in The Strategy of Conflict
Ruth Edwards Abbey, Working Paper No. 9, April 1991.

Why A Good Verification System Can Give Ambiguous Evidence
Barry O'Neill, Working Paper No. 8, April 1991.

How to Measure Military Worth (At Least in Theory)
Barry O'Neill, Working Paper No. 7, March 1991.

America, Europe, and the Emerging World Order
Stephen Gill, Working Paper No. 6, March 1991.

The Social Origins of the Iran-Iraq War
Thom Workman, Working Paper No. 5, March 1991.

The Reflexive Turn and International Relations Theory
Mark Neufeld, Working Paper No. 4, January 1991.

The Future of Strategy
Michael C. Williams, Working Paper No. 3, January 1991.

Regional Security Associations: A New Security Architecture for Non-Nuclear Powers
Arnold Simoni, Working Paper No. 2, January 1991.

Gorbachev's Arms Control Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region: A New Approach?
Masahiko Asada, Working Paper No. 1, May 1990.

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YCISS Post-Communist Studies Programme Research Paper Series

Ethno-Nationalism during Democratic Transition in Bulgaria: Political Pluralism as an Effective Remedy for Ethnic Conflict
Bistra-Beatrix Volgyi, YCISS Post-Communist Studies Programme Research Paper Number 003, March 2007.

The Discourse of Civilization in the Works of Russia’s New Eurasianists: Lev Gumilev and Alexander Panarin
Frederick Matern, YCISS Post-Communist Studies Programme Research Paper Number 002, February 2007.

Diverging Paths, Diverging Outcomes: A Comparative Analysis of Post-Communist Transition in the Successor States of Yugoslavia
Steven Vasilevski, YCISS Post-Communist Studies Programme Research Paper Number 001, February 2007.

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YCISS Occasional Papers

Incorporating Peacebuilding into Mine Action Programmes
Jennifer Wushke, Occasional Paper No. 71, March 2002.

Democracy Building in Georgia: The Case for the Ottawa Convention
Louise Vigeant, Occasional Paper No. 70, December 2001.

Ends and Means: Assessing the Humanitarian Impact of Commercialised Security on the Ottawa Convention Banning Anti-Personnel Mines
Christopher Spearin, Occasional Paper No. 69, November 2001.

Broadening the Ban: Limitations of Agency, Intentionality, and Legitimacy in the Ottawa Convention
Elizabeth Allen Dauphinée, Occasional Paper No. 68, October 2001.

Toward a Socio-historical Theory of Persecution and an Analytical Concept of Genocide
Frédérick-Guillaume Dufour, Occasional Paper No. 67, October 2001.

Asian Pacific SLOC Security: The China Factor
Ji Guoxing, Occasional Paper No. 66, June 2001.

Emancipation or Intoxication? Regimes of Truth, Aztec Ontology, Sun Tzu, and the U.S. "War on Drugs"
Kyle Grayson, Occasional Paper No. 65, May 2001.

Priming for Ethnographic Fieldwork: A Selected Bibliography
J. Marshall Beier, Occasional Paper No. 64, February 2001.

Canada and Putin's Russia - A Canadian View with a Commentary from Moscow
Anne Leahy and Nadia Arbatova, Occasional Paper No. 63, October 2000.

Global Cultural Change and the Transnational Campaign to Ban Antipersonnel Landmines: A Research Agenda
Andrew Latham, Occasional Paper No. 62, October 2000.

Division and Democracy: Bosnia's Post-Dayton Elections
Timothy Donais, Occasional Paper No. 61, September 1999.

Making Enemies: NATO Enlargement and the Russian 'Other'
David Mutimer, Occasional Paper No. 60, September 1999.

Extradisciplinary Approaches to Security: A Selected Bibliography
Samantha Arnold and J. Marshall Beier, Occasional Paper No. 59, August 1999.

Refugees and Humanitarian Ethics: Beyond the Politics of the Emergency
Peter Nyers, Occasional Paper No. 58, March 1999.

Hedge Funds As A Weapon of State?: Financial and Monetary Power in an Era of Liberalized Finance
Adam Harmes, Occasional Paper No. 57, March 1999.

Passive Revolution and Global Transformation: State/Civil Society and Gender in Central and Eastern Europe Since 1989
Jacqui True, Occasional Paper No. 56, March 1999.

The Transformation of Political Community Towards 'A Cosmopolitan System of General Political Security'
Andrew Linklater, Occasional Paper No. 55, March 1999.

Blackened Faces and Ticker-Tape Parades: Situating the Leviathan in Lakota and Euroamerican Conceptions of War
J. Marshall Beier, Occasional Paper No. 54, October 1998.

Ethics and Security in Canadian Foreign Policy: New Dilemmas and Questions
Rosalind Irwin, Occasional Paper No. 53, CDISP Special Issue Number 7, October 1998.

Human Rights in a Time of Niche Diplomacy
Heather A. Smith, Occasional Paper No. 52, CDISP Special Issue Number 6, October 1998.

Non-Western Perspectives on International Relations: A Selected Bibliography
Suzanne Baustad, Occasional Paper No. 51, July 1997.

Money Talks: Budget Deficit Crises Considered as Social Mechanisms In the Global Political Economy
Timothy J. Sinclair, Occasional Paper No. 50, July 1997.

Issues of Gender and Palestinian Citizenship: Women's Activism from National Liberation to Interim Self- Government
Tami Amanda Jacoby, Occasional Paper No. 49, July 1997.

Ethical Decision Making and Responsibility in Peacekeeping Operations
Major C.R. Shelley, Occasional Paper No. 48, Canadian Defence and International Security Policy (CDISP) Special Issue Number 5, July 1997.

The Cold War and the Limits of "Internationalism" in Canada's Foreign Relations, 1945-1949
Hector Mackenzie, Occasional Paper No. 47, Canadian Defence and International Security Policy (CDISP) Special Issue Number 4, July 1997.

Rethinking International Relations Through Ecological Perspectives and Food Politics
Mary M. Young, Occasional Paper No. 46, March 1997.

The Foreign Policy of Third World States From the Perspectives of Size, Role, Dependence, and Compliance
Randolph B. Persaud, YCISS Occasional Paper No. 45, March 1997.

The Demystification of Global Finance: A Feminist Interpretation
Stacey L. Mayhall, Occasional Paper No. 44, March 1997.

Postfordism in the US Arms Industry: Toward 'Agile Manufacturing'
Andrew Latham, Occasional Paper No. 43, December 1996.

Third World Instability and International Order After the Cold War
Amitav Acharya, Occasional Paper No. 42, December 1996.

Light Weapons and International Security: A Canadian Perspective
Andrew Latham, Occasional Paper No. 41, August 1996.

Misunderstanding Conflict, Squandering Peace: The Failure of Revisionist Scholarship on Ireland
Mike Burke, Occasional Paper No. 40, August 1996.

A Real Service to the State: Interdepartmental Relations, the Canadian Army and Defence Policy in the 1930's
Paul Dickson, Occasional Paper No. 39, Canadian Defence and International Security Policy (CDISP) Special Issue Number 3, August 1996. 

The Evolution of Strategic Thinking at the Canadian Department of National Defence, 1950-1960
Andrew Richter, Occasional Paper No. 38, Canadian Defence and International Security Policy (CDISP) Special Issue Number 2, August 1996.

Meeting Each Other Halfway: The Departments of National Defence and External Affairs During the Congo Peacekeeping Mission, 1960-64
David A. Lenarcic, Occasional Paper No. 37, Canadian Defence and International Security Policy (CDISP) Special Issue Number 1, August 1996.

Ideology, the "National Interest", and Third World Foreign Policy
Randolph B. Persaud, Occasional Paper No. 36, May 1996.

Eclipse of the Other in Prewar Japanese Discursive Space: Japanese Cultural Identity in the Modern World
Yumiko Iida, Occasional Paper No. 35, February 1996.

China's Intentions Towards the South China Sea: An ASEAN Response
Robert Farkasch, Occasional Paper No. 34, February 1996.

Critical Theory and Security Studies
Keith Krause, Occasional Paper No. 33, February 1996.

Theorising History and the Concept of Imperialism: On the Question of Human Agency
Samantha Arnold, Occasional Paper No. 32, January 1996.

Pandora's Sons: The Nominal Paradox of Patriarchy and War
Thom Workman, Occasional Paper No. 31, January 1996.

The "New" South Africa in Africa: Issues and Approaches
Larry A. Swatuk and David R. Black, Occasional Paper No. 30, March 1995.

Between a New World Order and None: Explaining the Re-Emergence of the United Nations in World Politics
Thomas Risse-Kappen, Occasional Paper No. 29, March 1995.

The Periphery as the Core: The Third World and Security Studies
Amitav Acharya, Occasional Paper No. 28, March 1995.

Discourses of War: Security and the Case of Yugoslavia
Beverly Crawford and Ronnie D. Lipschutz, Occasional Paper No. 27, March 1995.

Security and Self Reflections of a Fallen Realist
Ken Booth, Occasional Paper No. 26, October 1994.

Reimagining Security: The Metaphors of Proliferation
David Mutimer, Occasional Paper No. 25, August 1994.

Foreign Policy and the Third World: A Critical Review and Alternative Framework 
Larry A. Swatuk, Occasional Paper No. 24, May 1994.

Gender and International Relations: A Selected Historical Bibliography
J.D. Kenneth Boutin, Occasional Paper No. 23, March 1994.

Cooperative Security and the Emerging Security Agenda in Southeast Asia: The Challenges and Opportunities of Peace in Cambodia
Pierre Lizée and Sorpong Peou, Occasional Paper No. 21, November 1993. 

Passing Judgement: Credit Rating Processes as Regulatory Mechanisms of Governance in the Emerging World Order
Timothy J. Sinclair, Occasional Paper No. 20, November 1993.

Peacekeeping and the Politics of Post-Modernity
Michael Williams, Occasional Paper No. 19, November 1993.

Subjects of Security: Community, Identity, and the Dynamics of Ethnic Conflict
Grant Littke, Occasional Paper No. 18, November 1993.

Amplifying the Social Dimensions of Security
W. Thom Workman, Occasional Paper No. 17, November 1993.

The "Modern" State in the Middle East: The Need for a Human Face
Gabriel Ben-Dor, Occasional Paper No. 16, June 1993.

Regional Approaches to Security in the Third World: Lessons and Prospect
Amitav Acharya, Occasional Paper No. 15, September 1992.

A Survey of Military Cooperation Among ASEAN States: Bilateralism or Alliance?`
Amitav Acharya, Occasional Paper No. 14, 1990.

Institutional Change and the New European Politics: The European Community, European Political Cooperation and the Western European Union
David Mutimer, Occasional Paper No. 12, 1990.

Confidence-Building: Its Contribution to Peacekeeping
James Macintosh, Occasional Paper No. 11, March 1990.

Completing Europe's Internal Market: Implications for Canadian Policy
David Mutimer, Occasional Paper No. 10, 1990.

A Survey of Game Theory Models on Peace and War
Barry O'Neill, Occasional Paper No. 9, March 1990.

Une Introduction a la Metastrategie de la Guerre et de la Paix
Phillippe Garigue, Occasional Paper No. 8, 1987.

Windows of Opportunity in Canadian-American Energy Relations
Dino Radocchia, Occasional Paper No. 7, 1987.

Canada's Maritime Defence: Past Problems, Future Prospects
R.B. Byers, Occasional Paper No. 6, 1986.

Perspectives on the International Non-Proliferation Regime and the 1985 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference
Dino Radocchia, Occasional Paper No. 5, 1986.

Canada and the Strategic Defence Initiative: An Examination of Canadian Policy Options
James Macintosh in association with David Leyton-Brown and Martin Shadwick, Occasional Paper No. 4, 1986.

NORAD, Sovereignty and Changing Technology 
Martin Shadwick, Occasional Paper No. 3, 1986.

The Arms Control Potential of Confidence-Building Measures
James Macintosh, Occasional Paper No. 2, 1985.

Seeking Common Ground on the Defence of Canada
Stanley C.M. Ing and Theodore Olson, Occasional Paper No. 1, 1984.

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Multilateral Institutions and Global Security Project Paper Series

A Mile Wide and an Inch Deep: Mutilateralism and the Command and Control of Multinational Military Forces in Peace Operations
James Fergusson, Working Paper No. 8, June 1998.

The Questionable Authority of the United Nations Security Council
Pat Sewell, Working Paper No. 7, January 1997.

The Institutions of "Security"
Michael Williams, Working Paper No. 6, July 1996.

Building Multilateral Security Cooperation in the South China Sea
Craig A. Snyder, Working Paper No. 5, July 1996.

Conditional Multilateralism: Chinese Views on Order and Regional Security
Jing-dong Yuan, Working Paper No. 4, May 1996. (Also appears as CANCAPS Papier Number 9).

Sovereignty, Multilateralism, and International Security
J. Samuel Barkin, Working Paper No. 3, May 1996.

Eclipsing Sovereignty: The Legitimacy of Humanitarian Intervention
Kurt Mills, Working Paper No. 2, March 1996.

International Security and the United Nations: Some Thoughts About Future Research
Thomas G. Weiss, Working Paper No. 1, May 1995.

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North Pacific Cooperative Security Dialogue Project Paper Series

The Agenda for Cooperative Security in the North Pacific: Conference Report
David B. Dewitt and Paul Evans, eds., July 1993.

Changing Chinese Security Perceptions
Xu Xin, NPCSD Working Paper No. 27, April 1993.

Multilateralism in Northeast Asian International Security: An Illusion or a Realistic Hope?
James T.H. Tang, NPCSD Working Paper No. 26, April 1993.

US Security Perceptions in the Asia-Pacific Region
Edward E. Olsen, NPCSD Working Paper No. 21, December, 1992.

Historical Perceptions and Current Realities Regarding Northeast Asian Regional Cooperation
Robert A. Scalapino, NPCSD Working Paper No. 20, October 1992.

Why Multilateralism Has Failed in North-East Asian Security Relations: The Role of Realpolitik
Sergei Goncharov, NPCSD Working Paper No. 19, October 1992.

Chinese Confucian Thought and Post-Cold War Asian Pacific Security Cooperation
Wang Yong, NPCSD Working Paper No. 18, October 1992.

Comparing Chinese and American Conceptions of Security
Wang Jisi, NPCSD Working Paper No. 17, September 1992.

Fragmentation in Northeast Asia Versus Integration in Western Europe: Some Cold War and Post-Cold War Comparisons
Rosemary Foot, NPCSD Working Paper No. 16, September 1992.

The Evolving Security Order of the Asia Pacific: A Canadian Perspective
Brian L. Job and Frank Langdon, NPCSD Working Paper No. 15, September 1992.

Maritime Security in the North Pacific: The Decade Ahead
James L. Lacy, NPCSD Working Paper No. 14, August 1992.

Naval Arms Control and Confidence-Building for Northeast Asian Waters
Andrew Mack, NPCSD Working Paper No. 13, August 1992.

The Emerging Security Agenda in the Asia-Pacific Region
Joseph A. Camilleri, NPCSD Working Paper No. 12, May 1992.

Unconventional Security Threats: An Overview
Robert E. Bedeski, NPCSD Working Paper No. 11, May 1992.

Resource Supplies and Dependence in the North Pacific: An Ecological Analysis of Unconventional Security Issues
Min Yong Lee, NPCSD Working Paper No. 10, February 1992.

Human Rights in China: History, Disputes and Regional Influence
Yang Kai, NPCSD Working Paper No. 9, February 1992.

Population Movements in the North Pacific
Won Bae Kim, NPCSD Working Paper No. 8, February 1992.

Fishery Politics and Diplomacy in the North Pacific: New Sources of Instability
Douglas M. Johnston, NPCSD Working Paper No. 7, February 1992.

Emerging Asian-Pacific Multilateralism: Its Impact on Regional Development and Stability Beyond the Cold War
Vladimir I. Ivanov, NPCSD Working Paper No. 6, February 1992.

Mass Migration Pressures in China
Takashi Sugimoto, NPCSD Working Paper No. 5, February 1992.

Potential Environmental Conflicts Involving Countries of the North Pacific
Vaclav Smil, NPCSD Working Paper No. 4, February 1992.

The Changing Dynamics of Asia Pacific Security: A Canadian Perspective
David B. Dewitt and Paul Evans, NPCSD Working Paper No. 3, January 1992.

Canadian Interests and Perspectives Regarding the Emerging Pacific Security Order
Brian L. Job, NPCSD Working Paper No. 2, January 1992.

Canada and Asia Pacific Security: The North Pacific Cooperative Security Dialogue: Recent Trends
Stewart Henderson, NPCSD Working Paper No. 1, January 1992.

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The Canadian Consortium on Asia Pacific Security Paper Series

The Human Security Threat: Reading Human Security as the Reproduction of State/Civil Society Conflict
Ryerson Christie, CANCAPS Papier No. 41, June 2006.

China’s Quest for Energy Security: Implications for North America
Wenran Jiang, CANCAPS Papier No. 40, February 2006.

Norms and Nuances: An Assessment of the APEC Model of Informal Cooperation
Marc Lanteigne, CANCAPS Papier No. 39, January 2006.

China’s “Peaceful Emergence”: Hegemonic Transition or “Neo-Bismarckian Moment”?
André Laliberté, CANCAPS Papier No. 38, August 2005.

The Aceh Conflict: Globalization, Identity, and the Production of ASEAN Indifference
Bobby Benedicto, CANCAPS Papier No. 37, April 2005.

People in the Crossfire: Political Islam, the State, and Human Security in Central Asia

Kim Swanzey, CANCAPS Papier No. 36, November 2004.

Reconceptualizing Asia-Pacific Defence Industrialization: The New Political Economy of Security

Dr. J.D. Kenneth Boutin, CANCAPS Papier No. 35, October 2004.

The New Cold War: India and its Nuclear Rivals

Robin Frost, CANCAPS Papier No. 34, June 2004.

Humanitarian Intervention and the Question of Sovereignty: The Case of ASEAN
Shaun Narine, CANCAPS Papier No. 33, March 2004.

La peur du dragon. La modernisation navale chinoise menace-t-elle la sécurité en Asie orientale?
Frédéric Lasserre, Jérôme Le Roy, CANCAPS Papier No. 32, March 2004.

Legal and Political Responses to Maritime Security Challenges in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore
Mary Ann E. Palma, CANCAPS Papier No. 31, March 2003.

Chinese Diaspora in the Russian Far East: Security Implications
Philippe Bourbeau, CANCAPS Papier No. 30, March 2003.

Standing into Heavy Seas: The New Maritime Environment in Northeast Asia
Dr. James A. Boutillier, CANCAPS Papier No. 29, March 2002.

Perspectives on Asian Peace and Security in the 21st Century
Professor David B. Dewitt, CANCAPS Papier No. 28, March 2002.

Japanese Foreign Policy and Territorial Dispute Management
Professor Jacob Kovalio, CANCAPS Papier No. 27, March 2001.

The Other Side of the Coin: Understanding Processes of Defence Development in East Asia
J.D. Kenneth Boutin, CANCAPS Papier No. 26, February 2001.

Civil Society and Regional Security: Tensions and Potentials in the Post-Crisis Reconstruction of Southeast Asia
Pierre P. Lizée, CANCAPS Papier No. 25, January 2001.

Sino-Russian Relations Under Putin
Peggy Falkenheim Meyer, CANCAPS Papier No. 24, March 2000.

ASEAN and the East Asian Economic Crisis
Shaun Narine, CANCAPS Papier No. 23, March 2000.


Unofficial Diplomacy in Southeast Asia: The Role of ASEAN-ISIS
Herman Joseph S. Kraft, CANCAPS Papier No. 22, February 2000.

Building Up the Buildup: Threat Inflation and the Modernization of Chinese Naval Power
J. Marshall Beier, CANCAPS Papier No. 21, January 2000.

To Augur Well...Or Not: Conflict and Cooperation in the South China Sea
David B. Dewitt, CANCAPS Papier No. 20, March 1999.

Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Strengthening the Role of Track II Security Mechanisms in the South China Seas
Xavier Furtado, CANCAPS Papier No 19, February 1999.

Constructing Cooperation: Toward Multilateral Security Cooperation in Northeast Asia
Michael J. Finnegan, CANCAPS Papier No. 18, July 1998.

Great Expectations: Canada and the Asia-Pacific Region Under the Chrétien Government
J.D. Kenneth Boutin, CANCAPS Papier No. 17, October 1997.

Identifying Roles and Setting Priorities for Canada Within the Emerging Asia Pacific Regional Order: A 'Bottom- Up' Approach to Policy Design and Evaluation
Brian J. Bow, CANCAPS Papier No. 16, October 1997.

Sovereignty, Non-Intervention, and Regionalism
Amitav Acharya, CANCAPS Papier No. 15, October 1997.

Gender and Security: Making the Connection
Edna Keeble, CANCAPS Papier No. 14, September 1997.

Multilateralism and Regional Security in Asia: The ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) and APEC's Geopolitical Value
Gary Smith, CANCAPS Papier No. 13, September 1996.

Of Puzzles and Missing Pieces: Towards a New Research Agenda on Asia-Pacific Security
Pierre Lizée, CANCAPS Papier No. 12, September 1996.

Canadian Relations with the Asia Pacific Region: A Select Bibliography of Sources, 1960-96
J.D. Kenneth Boutin, CANCAPS Papier No. 11, September 1996.

Canadian Relations with the Asia Pacific Region: A Statistical Sourcebook
J.D. Kenneth Boutin and David B. Dewitt, CANCAPS Papier No. 10, September 1996.

Conditional Multilateralism: Chinese Views on Order and Regional Security
Jing-dong Yuan, CANCAPS Papier No. 9, March 1996. (Also appears as Multilateral Institutions and Global Security Working Paper No. 4).

Unconventional Security and the Republic of Korea: A Preliminary Assessment
Robert E. Bedeski, CANCAPS Papier No. 8, August 1995.

Making Mischief in the South China Sea?
Craig A. Snyder, CANCAPS Papier No. 7, August 1995.

Sustainable Development and Security in Southeast Asia: A Concept Paper
Amitav Acharya, David B. Dewitt, and Carolina Hernandez, CANCAPS Papier No. 6, August 1995.

Reviewing Regionalism: Organizational Lessons for Asia Pacific Leaders
Lawrence T. Woods, CANCAPS Papier No. 5, July 1994.

Choosing Multilateralism: Canada's Experience After World War II and Canada in the New International Environment
Denis Stairs, CANCAPS Papier No. 4, July 1994.

Common, Comprehensive, and Cooperative Security in Asia Pacific
David B. Dewitt, CANCAPS Papier No. 3, March 1994.

The Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific: Context and Prospects
Paul M. Evans, CANCAPS Papier No. 2, March 1994.

Canada on Asia Pacific Security in the 1990s
CANCAPS Papier No. 1, March 1994.

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